Bilora Bella 66 camera, model 3, manufactured by Kurbi & Niggeloh, a subsiduary company of Radevormwald/RHLD, Germany, circa 1956.

This model of Bilora Bella camera was first produced in 1956. The die cast aluminium body makes the camera very sturdy and gives it an expensive 'quality' appearance. It has a Meniscus f11 lens. The Bella 66 used 6x6 negatives, known as 120 film. The shutter has two (3) speeds. 1/50, for flash and 1/100 +(B) The lens was usually a Rodenstock Achromat, 1:8.

Physical Description

Cast alloy camera with grey speckled covering. Includes plastic and vinyl carry case.

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